While rightly focused on President Obama’s numerous failures on the home front, it’s easy to forget his profound mistakes in the realm of foreign policy.
Case in point: His highly touted nuclear agreement with Iran, which in fact amounts to letting that Islamic dictatorship continue its nuclear program with little oversight — and not even demanding the release of American citizens imprisoned there in exchange.
The one-year anniversary of the deal is approaching but Americans on both sides of the political divide may be too caught up in the Republican convention and other domestic news to acknowledge it. However, Fox News reports that Iran has no qualms about reminding us in the most dramatic way possible:
Two days before the anniversary of the nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers, the Islamic Republic attempted to launch a new type of ballistic missile using North Korean technology, multiple intelligence officials tell Fox News. (…)
It would be at least the fourth time Iran has launched or attempted to launch a ballistic missile since the nuclear accord was signed on July 14, 2015.
Iran is barred from conducting ballistic missile tests for eight years under UN Resolution 2231, which went effect July 20, 2015, days after the nuclear accord was signed.
Liberals who insist that the UN is the ultimate arbiter of right and wrong will probably pretend they didn’t hear about these illegal tests.
Here’s a thought experiment: If Iran ever succeeds in destroying Israel through these very weapons, as it has vowed to do in the past, will Obama be forced to give back his Nobel Peace Prize?
Source: Fox News